By Nicole Montesano • Staff Writer • 

Johnston touts protection of property, gun rights

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Good. I'd vote for him if I lived there.


Just another Starrett and Berschauer hack. Last thing we need is more of them.


Just give every fetus a gun.


Based on his "community involvement" entry in the county voters pamphlet, Mr. Johnston appears to have the credentials for office. Not only is he a donor to both the American Association of State Troopers and Oregon Association of Chiefs of Police, he is a Wilco Co-op member.


Gun regulation on a county by county basis makes little sense.... and attempting to circumvent State & Federal law is a waste of time and taxpayer money. Let’s vote for commissioners that will attend to county issues.


No thanks, we don't need another Starrett or Berschauer. Two clowns on the commission is two too many.


You can't protect or strengthen gun rights on the county level. However, all you need to do is say you will and people in good ol' Yamhill county will vote for you. He's taken a chapter right out of the Starett/Bersch playbook...
This county deserves better.


Great! Should he win, we automatically welcome our very own three-headed rabid Cerberus guarding the gates of Hades.

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